Gary Deegan suspended by Coventry over Twitter comments
Thursday 28 June 2012
Gary Deegan has been suspended by Coventry for two weeks while the
npower League One club investigate alleged comments made by the
midfielder on Twitter.
The 24-year-old Irishman, signed from Bohemians in January 2010, is reported to have made controversial comments on the social networking site.
A club statement on Coventry's official website read: "Coventry City confirm that Gary Deegan has been suspended from training for a period of two weeks while further investigations take place into comments on Twitter social networking site.
"Neither the player nor the club will be making any further statement whilst internal investigations are ongoing."
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